Element AI Brings AI-Powered Retail and CPG Products to Groceryshop 2019
Element AI Will Meet with Top Grocers and Consumer Packaged Goods Vendors to Share Its AI Advisory, Enablement and Product Expertise for Highly Informed and Unified Retail Insights
Element AI, a global AI products and software company, announced it is attending Groceryshop 2019 conference in Las Vegas, September 15-18th. At the show, Element AI will meet with established and startup consumer packaged goods (CPG) brands, and retailers to showcase its CPG and retail products, as well as Advisory services to help attendees gage their AI-readiness.
Element AI creates AI-powered products that leverage data to enable localized demand sensing, optimize execution, and augment dynamic merchandise planning for a better store and SKU-level profitability. At Groceryshop 2019, the company will show how its AI-powered products for the grocery and CPG industries will provide data insights in real time to better segment their customers, optimize trade spend and enable better localized assortments.
Visit Element AI at Booth #SC-9 at the Venetian Resort and Casino, Las Vegas to learn about its AI-powered retail and CPG products.
Element AI is a global AI company that develops AI software products at scale to help people work smarter. Founded in 2016 by seasoned entrepreneur JF Gagné and pioneering AI researcher and A.M. Turing Award recipient, Yoshua Bengio, the company turns cutting-edge research and industry expertise into software solutions that continuously learn and improve. Focusing primarily on the financial services and supply chain sectors, Element AI provides end-to-end AI integration guidance throughout its customers’ AI journey—from advisory and enablement, to integration, deployment and support. The company has nearly 500 employees, including more than 100 PhDs, working in five cities across North America, Europe, and Asia. Element AI maintains a strong connection to academia with an open, collaborative approach to research, and takes a leadership position in policy-making around the impact of AI on society.